A lot of Android fans doesn't understand why the iPhone doesn't need so much RAM as Android phones. And also why Android phones need bigger batteries. So I did a video that explains why as you can watch above.
Android is based on Java, and Java uses garbage collection that needs twice as much RAM. Garbage collection is a form of memory recycling. So specs isn't all, the user experience is always more important. That's why the iPhone 6 runs smother and is more powerful than most Android phones. If you can't watch the video above, click here: Why the iPhone doesn't need so much RAM as Android phones
Android’s garbage collectors work best when Android apps have 4 to 8 times as much memory as is actually needed in order to perform the garbage collection process. Once you stop having that amount of free memory available, performance starts suffering.
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